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Ratdog Live at The Warfield Theater on 1995-09-02

by Ratdog



Disc I
1. intro/tuning
2. Walking Blues
3. Take Me to the River
4. Juke
5. Little Red Rooster
6. Every Little Light
7. Twilight Time
8. KC Moan
9. Maggie's Farm
10. It Should Have Been Me
11. Fever
12. Youngblood
Disc II
1. Eternity ->
2. The Winners ->
3. Heaven Help the Fool ->
4. drums ->
5. bass solo ->
6. Victim or the Crime ->
7. Throwing Stones
-(encore break)-
8. It's A Man's World -> *
9. Wang Dang Doodle *
10. Knockin' on Heaven's Door

* with Henry Kaiser on guitar


Collection Ratdog
Band/Artist Ratdog
Date September 2, 1995
Venue The Warfield Theater
Location San Francisco, CA

Source DAUD: Radio Shack 33-3003 (omni lavalier mics, head worn, lower balcony) -> Sony D-7 -> MDAT @ 48khz
Lineage MDAT -> Sony PCM-R500 (playback) -> AES/EBU -> MOTU Traveler -> PowerBook G4/Digital Performer 5.1 (record/transfer tracks, limiter, fades, split tracks, resmaple to 44.1khz) -> .aiff -> xACT v1.58 -> FLAC (level 8)
Taped by James Bartoli


Notes

Spoonful, Not Fade Away, and Amazing Grace themes during Wasserman's bass solo.

This was one of my freshman taping attempts, and one the first few with a DAT, so I did not know how to optimize what I was working with yet. I believe the DAT was mistakenly (?) set with the auto-gain function, unfortunately, and the recording is thus a little weird with the levels at times. A limiter was used to tame some of the between songs clapping that was louder than the music. It sounds decent to me, however, and there is not another complete source available on the LMA. Please enjoy it for what it is.

Reviews

Reviewer: squirrel99 - - April 13, 2009
Subject: The Ratdog Review - 1995-09-02
Ahhh ... the original Ratdog Review! Bob Weir, Rob Wasserman, Matt Kelly, and Jay Lane. Good Stuff! Vince Welnick plays through out and Henery Kaiser comes in at the end. Wasserman's solo is not to be misssed and Kelly's "Every Little Light" brings a tear to my eye.
The recording is OK too.
Reviewer: wonsing - - January 6, 2009
Subject: The Freshman
Most of that have been biten know the strange trip of throwing together a taping setup to satisfy the need. I for one have been there on a low budget, but it seemed to cure the jone. No waiting in line this time. Early wasteTed shows even did the job on a Optimus mono deck in the 1970's My hat's off to you my friend.

Hopefully you've purchased different mics since then.

THE MUSIC NEVER STOPPED !
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